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Due 11.12
2018

LocationSomerville

Somerville Urban Lab RFI

This RFI is to aid the development of a program for the City to engage with emerging companies and foster innovation. The goal is to identify innovations that can be applied and tested in Somerville to the benefit of the city and company. The areas of focus include: clean technology, smart government, smart cities, education, infrastructure, internet of things.

Due 11.12
2018

LocationWest Hollywood

Smart Street Light Project

West Hollywood seeks to partner with lighting and technology partners to work with the city's Innovation and Public works teams to demonstrate how smart street light solutions can improve lighting, integrate small cell technology and additional smart features to improve quality of life of residents.

Due 11.14
2018

LocationFremont

Streamline & Modernize Transportation Permits

The City of Fremont is seeking a solution to modernize and streamline the issuance of transportation permits and enforcement of truck routes and regulations.

Due 11.14
2018

LocationSyracuse

Permit Management Platform - STIR

The City of Syracuse needs a system that centralizes, tracks, and archives all of the reviewers’ and applicant’s permits, comments, updates, and changes.

Due 11.14
2018

LocationPeoria

Digital Platform for Rental Property Inspection- STIR

Peoria is seeking a solution that property owners and tenants can use to hold each other accountable in upholding the terms of their private lease but also allow the Department to enforce the self-inspection requirement and provide safe, quality rental housing in Peoria.

Due 11.15
2018

LocationWest Sacramento

Augmented Reality for City Infrastructure Projects -STIR

The City seeks to leverage augmented reality to allow residents to experience upcoming development or infrastructure projects using their handheld devices at the actual project site rather than simply viewing two-dimensional renderings or web images.

Due 11.15
2018

LocationSacramento

Travel Pattern Data Collection- STIR

The City aims to gain greater visibility into the travel patterns (time of day, duration, departure/destination, etc.) and modes of transit (types of trips) taken by residents to better inform policies that might support: 1. Deployment of emerging mobility solutions, such as shared bikes and scooters; 2. Equitable access to sustainable transit modes; 3. Road congestion; and, 4. Progress toward climate goals.

Due 11.15
2018

LocationSacramento

Data Collection for Crosswalk Planning- STIR

The City aims to collect better data on pedestrian volumes in a more streamlined way to inform the placement of crosswalks at intersections throughout the City

Due 11.15
2018

LocationSacramento

Application of Behavior Science for Mobility- STIR

The City aims to employ the use of behavioral science research and insights to increase demand for, and adoption of, shared transit modes.

Due 11.15
2018

LocationSacramento

Enforce or Incentivize Safer Driving- STIR

The City aims to reduce the occurrence of erratic driving (reckless speeding, unsafe lane changes, failing to stop at intersections, etc.) that occurs in the absence of a law enforcement officer.

Due 11.15
2018

LocationSacramento

Capture EV Charging data & disseminate findings to residents -STIR

The City aims to aggregate usage of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations, as well as from “dumb” legacy EV chargers, to make better data-driven decisions regarding sustainability targets. Additionally, The City seeks to determine and communicate citywide benefits of EV adoption, raise community awareness, support the deployment of new technologies, and establish comprehensive metrics to evaluate the impacts of these technologies across different vendors.

Due 11.15
2018

LocationArkansas

Statewide eProcurement Solution

Arkansas Office of State Procurement (OSP) seeks proposals and a contract for a cloud Software as a Service (SaaS) e-Procurement Solution that can be configured to meet the State’s needs. This Project includes firm fixed price services required to implement the Statewide e-Procurement Solution and provide operations and support.

Due 11.15
2018

LocationLas Vegas

Mobile platform to connect homeless population to housing -STIR

Las Vegas is seeking a more effective and efficient means to connect persons needing housing with those who have housing available.CLV seeks to improve the communications loop between someone experiencing homelessness, the service provider and the potential landlord.

Due 11.15
2018

LocationLas Vegas

Modular Sensor System

The City is seeking one or more Modular Sensor Systems that consists of integrated hardware and networking equipment that supports a suite of interchangeable Smart City sensors. The sensors shall be capable of providing security,environmental, and communication features based on city needs.

Due 11.15
2018

LocationSurrey

Smart City Challenge Call for Innovation

The cities Surrey and Vancouver seek partners for the $50M Canada Smart City Challenge Grant. Submit your project proposal to join the team for their mobility challenge statement: "Surrey and Vancouver will implement Canada’s first two collision-free multi-modal transportation corridors, leveraging autonomous vehicles and smart technologies to demonstrate the path to safer, healthier and more connected communities while reducing emissions, improving transportation efficiency and enhancing livability in the face of rapid growth and traffic congestion." Full information at www.smartertogether.ca

Due 11.15
2018

LocationVancouver

Smart City Challenge Call for Innovation

The cities Vancouver and Surrey seek partners for the $50M Canada Smart City Challenge Grant. Submit your project proposal to join the team for their mobility challenge statement. "Surrey and Vancouver will implement Canada’s first two collision-free multi-modal transportation corridors, leveraging autonomous vehicles and smart technologies to demonstrate the path to safer, healthier and more connected communities while reducing emissions, improving transportation efficiency and enhancing livability in the face of rapid growth and traffic congestion." Full information at www.smartertogether.ca

Due 11.20
2018

LocationNew York, State

Automated Finger Imaging System

New York seeks a partner to provide for the replacement, customization, development, operation and implementation of a comprehensive AFIS. In addition, the AFIS services shall provide the HRA Residential Treatment Centers with a means of recording the time and attendance of their residents.

Due 11.26
2018

LocationBirmingham

Microtransit Pilot

The City of Birmingham (City) is soliciting proposals from qualified providers of microtransit services to pilot an on-demand microtransit system to the City.

Due 11.26
2018

LocationNew York, State

Clean Energy Business Models & Offerings

NYSERDA seeks to promote novel business models, commercial service or product offerings, and tools that enable scaling of the deployment of clean energy technologies. This opportunity solicits proposals for activities that: (1) enable the proposing company to rapidly scale a novel business model that has demonstrated customer acceptance in any clean energy sector, or (2) validate a novel business model or tool in the area of existing one-to-four-family residential energy efficiency.

Due 11.30
2018

LocationNew York City

Transit Innovation Partnership- Incident Prediction

The Transit Tech Lab seeks applications from companies to better predict subway incident impacts and serve customers. Solutions might include opportunities to analyze train arrival data, incident information and social media, leverage machine learning, develop predictive models, and improve real-time customer communication.

Due 11.30
2018

LocationNew York City

Transit Innovation Partnership- Optimize Buses

The Transit Tech Lab seeks applications from companies with innovative technologies to make public buses faster and more efficient, especially in bus lanes. Potential opportunities include the use of new or existing cameras and computer vision to identify bus lane obstructions, sensors such as lidar and radar, connected infrastructure and assets, route analysis and modeling, demand-based systems, streamlined ticketing and more.

Due 12.07
2018

LocationAlbany County

Queuing System

The County of Albany is seeking proposals for a Queuing System as requested by the Albany County Department of Social Services

Due 12.10
2018

LocationHyattsville

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Implementation

City of Hyattsville seeks a partner for an ERP software solution implementation.

Due 12.13
2018

LocationNew York, State

Energy Efficiency and Clean Technology Training

NYSERDA will provide funding to training providers across the State to ensure that New York energy efficiency and clean technology businesses have an adequate supply of new and existing workers with the necessary occupational skills, credentials and experience to participate in the clean energy economy.

Due 12.17
2018

LocationSanta Clarita

Enterprise Resource Planning System

The City of Santa Clarita is seeking proposals from qualified vendors that can provide an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software that meets the City’s functional and technical requirements.

Due 12.31
2018

LocationMichigan

Plant M Testing Grant

The PlanetM Testing Grant will accelerate innovation by providing mobility startups the opportunity to access Michigan’s advanced testing facilities: Mcity and the American Center for Mobility

Due 12.31
2018

LocationMichigan

PlanetM Pilot Grant

The PlanetM Pilot Grant will support global mobility startups to deploy their technologies on Michigan roadways in partnership with Michigan communities, ultimately making it easier, safer and more affordable for Michigan residents to get around.

Due 12.31
2018

LocationNew York, State

Renewals Heat Installation

NYSERDA requests applications from eligible contractors to participate in a financial incentive program to install approved high-efficiency, low-emission biomass heating systems for eligible residential and commercial customers.

Due 01.17
2019

LocationPlano

Planning, Permitting, Inspections & Code Enforcement System

Plano is seeking to replace their Planning, Permitting, Inspections and Code Enforcement System to improve efficiency and service.

Due 02.08
2019

LocationNew York City

NYCx Cybersecurity Moonshot Challenge

NYCx is launching the NYCx Cybersecurity Moonshot Challenge to tackle the following question: How might we make every small and midsize business in New York City as resilient to cybersecurity attacks as a Fortune 500 company?

Due 02.21
2019

LocationNew York, State

Public Transit Innovation Program

NYSERDA seeks proposals to develop and demonstrate innovative public transportation technologies and strategies that have the potential to reduce GHG emissions and energy consumption of the existing transit bus, rail and connected intermodal transit systems. Proposals should focus on new or underutilized solutions that can help transit agencies make tangible improvements to their operations while achieving real energy savings, especially in transit bus efficiency and electrified rail.

Due 03.01
2019

LocationSt. Louis

RFI Smart City Technology

St Louis is seeking information regarding smart city technologies. This RFI provides an opportunity for vendors to pitch smart city technology solutions to address objectives within various City departments and agencies.

Due Currently Closed

LocationIllinois

Illinois Automated and Connected Track (I-ACT) RFI

This RFI is to gauge interest and further understand how private sector companies, academia, public entities and other interested parties would partner and collaborate on a closed environment test track facility to help accelerate the development and deployment of connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) and transportation technologies.

Due Currently Closed

LocationIllinois

CMAP- IFB- iOS Kiosks Deployment Project

Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) is seeking bids for the transportation, installation, service, and relocation of 21 iOS kiosks throughout the northeastern Illinois counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, McHenry, Lake, Kendall and Will...The agency and its partners are currently developing ON TO 2050, a new comprehensive regional plan to help the seven counties and 284 communities of northeastern Illinois implement strategies that address transportation, housing, economic development, open space, the environment, and other quality-of-life issues.

Due Rolling

LocationGrand Rapids

Unsolicited Transportation Proposals

The Mobile GR and Parking Services Department accepts unsolicited transportation and mobility proposals for Grand Rapids. Some of our departmental interests include: addressing gaps in our transportation system, improving parking utilization, providing better transportation information to residents and visitors, incentivizing carpooling and car share options, improving travel for people with disabilities and obtaining better information on local trip-making. If you have a great idea you’d like to pilot in Grand Rapids, let us know.

Due Rolling

LocationAustin

Propose a Project or Partnership Opportunity

Private sector organizations wishing to propose smart mobility projects not listed as calls for partnerships should submit a Public-Private Partnership Opportunity Expression of Interest Form.